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2007-10-25 Wireless EEG system runs on body heat
IMEC has developed a two-channel wireless EEG system powered by body heat dissipated naturally from the forehead.
2012-10-08 Improved tracking for revamped wireless EEG headset
Panasoni, Imec and the Holst Centre releases second-generation wireless electroencephalogram headset.
2012-09-12 EEG AFE flaunts industry's lowest noise at 1uVpp
TI's 24bit, 8-channel ADS1299 electroencephalography analog front end claims to reduce board space by 70 percent while reducing bill of materials by 40 percent.
2008-04-14 Body heat, ambient light power wireless EEG
In the framework of Holst Centre, IMEC has developed a battery-free wireless 2-channel EEG system powered by a hybrid power supply using body heat and ambient light.
2008-02-13 Acquisition ASIC rolls for EEG systems
IMEC rolled out a complete 200?W 8-channel EEG acquisition ASIC suitable for miniaturized ambulatory EEG measurement systems.
2013-02-22 Imec, Holst chip functions at near-threshold voltages
Imec and Holst Centre have unveiled an ultra-low power processor that operates reliably at near-threshold voltages.
2015-12-10 Chinese researchers develop first brain-controlled car
Nankai University researchers claim to have created the first car that can be controlled by the brain. The project was inspired by people with disabilities who are physically unable to steer a car.
2012-04-13 16, 24bit AFEs geared for medical applications
The ADS1298 family from TI now includes five single- and dual-channel analog front ends for portable biopotential measurement applications such as ECG and EEG.
2010-03-30 Analog front-end tailored for portable medical apps
TI has developed a family of fully-integrated analog front-ends for portable and high-end ECG and EEG equipment, as well as patient monitoring and consumer medical applications.
2011-10-12 What you should know about wireless body area networks
Wireless standards groups and the IEEE are embracing body area network (BAN) technology as it is touted as a solution for spiralling health care costs and provider shortages.
2013-12-11 Wearables to look out for at CES 2014
As the wearable market still remains in its early phase, the market forecast and product definition are also all over the map. Here's a glimpse of the wearable devices to be shown at CES 2014.
2005-03-24 Transformer targets medical apps
Signal Transformer expanded its M4L series of international power isolation transformers to include the 450VA rated M4L-1-4, M4L-2-4, and M4L-3-4 devices.
2015-05-25 Start-ups highlight plethora of wearable IoT devices
The 2015 Wearable World Congress brought together the two seemingly disparate worlds of crowdsourced start-ups and established tech companies that vie for a coveted spot in the Internet of Things map.
2010-11-12 Silicon startups reveal keys to success
A look at the companies that have made it to the EE Times 60 Emerging Startups list over the past six years shows that they all had a clear sales proposition and that CMOS and software remain fundamental to the industry.
2011-11-01 Signal chain basics: Analyzing RL drive in ECG front end with SPICE
Learn about the analog front end for this ubiquitous, vital medical instrument.
2014-08-05 Polymer, glass make flexible optical devices
The beauty of this technology is that the chalcogenide glass works with almost any type of polymer, allowing it to be used in many such ways as wearables and portable electronics.
2013-03-11 Plessey enlists distributor for Southeast Asia network
Plessey Semiconductors expands its distribution network in Asia through Supreme Components.
2013-12-30 Multiple diagnostic devices integrated as single portable gear
San Diego State University's X-Team integrated a headband brainwave recorder, a balance-board and a blood sugar monitor into a single device as they compete for the Qualcomm Tricorder XPRIZE.
2014-01-10 Movea reveals reference design aimed at wearables
Based on InvenSense's 9-axis MEMS chip, the G-series tracker reference design can automatically detect sleep and perform sleep analysis every night with the accuracy of a PolySomnograph.
2005-08-31 JFET in-amp housed in MSOP
Analog Devices' AD8220 JFET input instrumentation amplifier touts a 50 percent reduction in package size and improved performance, while reducing cost and power consumption
2010-11-25 ISSCC highlights emerging technologies
The 2011 International Solid State Circuits Conference has accepted 211 papers, including a sleep monitoring system, a two-dimensional wideband antenna array for 3D imaging, and an AC power meter.
2006-05-01 In-amp specifies differential output
Today's instrumentation amplifiers face a daunting task: providing differential-drive output to the next stage in the signal chain, typically an ADC.
2013-09-12 Importance of SoCs in DAQ development
Learn about the role SoCs can play in the development of data acquisition systems.
2013-04-11 IHS: 2013 global PV installations to top 35GW
IHS reaffirmed its earlier prediction that global PV installations surpassed 30GW in 2012, with final analysis showing that installations, in fact, grew 14 per cent to reach 31.4GW last year.
2008-04-01 ICs ready for medical practice
Recent semiconductor advances in the medical field give credence to a rising belief that biology will be one of the next big application areas in electronics.
2007-10-16 Engineers work on real-time control of artificial limbs
Researchers have reported advances in neural technology as well as the hurdles still ahead for delivering capabilities such as artificial limbs powered by implanted devices that read and harness subtle control signals in the brain.
2007-10-15 Engineer bids to unify prosthetic design
An electrical engineer is determined to unify neural-prosthesis research by applying graphical state diagrams to bring together the disparate approaches taken by other experimental groups.
2010-11-16 Electric potential sensor under development
Plessey Semiconductors Ltd has signed a technology license agreement with the University of Sussex for the manufacture and commercialization of an electric potential sensor.
2009-02-10 Building integrated PV hotspots emerging in Europe
The European building integrated photovoltaics (BIPV) market is showing great investment and growth potential as it spreads through Europe. A Frost & Sullivan report says that there is substantial amount of interest in this market due to its high year-on-year growth and an increasing number of countries that now have legislation supporting the BIPV technology.
2008-09-16 Bluetooth: Embracing the medical challenge
Technologies such as sensors, MEMS, ADCs, MCUs and short-range wireless communication transceivers combine to create the medical device node. The medical device node can easily transfer various physiological parameters from a remote medical device to a mobile phone, a PC, or any Bluetooth-enabled host.
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